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Instructions Charvel, Modèle Star Bass

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In a 3-pickup model, the switch is as follows: 1=neck; 2=neck and middle; 3=neck; 4=middle and bridge; 5=bridge. BRIDGE Charvel guitars use an assortment of bridge styles for various models. Here is a brief explanation of each type we use. 1.Tunamatic: It has a simple height adjustment via mounting screws and intonation is adjusted by screws at each bridge saddle. The strings can either run thru the body or are attached to a stop bar tailpiece. 2. Vintage Style Hardtail: String height adjustment is done by small alien screws on each side of the individual saddles. Intonation is done by the screw mounting the saddles to the rear of the bridgeplate. 3. Vintage Style Tremolo: It is a very basic, 2 point fulcrum style with self centering saddles. This bridge is designed to rest flat on the body meaning it is not a floating tremolo. 4. Vintage Style Floating Tremolo: This is an upgraded type of the Vintage Style tremolo. It can be adjusted to; sit flat or float above the body. 5. Double Locking Tremolos: This is the most common type bridge and can be found on most of our guitars. It is very simple to work with and work on with a little guidance and patience. Note: For more information and technical tips and help, be sure to check out RESTRINGING THE DOUBLE LOCKING TREM 1. Before loosening the strings, slip a small stack of business cards or a pencil under the bridge plate to maintain string tension and keep the bridge parallel. NOTE: There are many products on the market today that will assist in Floyd Rose® setups. Ask your local retailer for more info or check out our website 2. Loosen the locknut. 3. Loosen string at tuner. 4. Loosen string clamping screw at bridge. 5. Remove the strings from the guitar. 6. Cut the ball end off the new strings. 7. Insert the string between the clamping block and the saddle. 8. Tighten the screw to lock the string in place. Do not overtighten! 9. Insert string into tuner. 10. Tune to pitch, stretch string with thumb and fingers, retune and repeat several times until the string will not detune. 11. Repeat this process for all strings before locking down the lock nut and fine tuning. FINE TUNING SCREWS SADDLE BASEPLATE INTONATION SCREWS GUITAR BODY SUSTAIN BLOCK STRING LOCK SCREWS SET UP This is the one step that will determine the feel or "action" of your guitar. A few things should be taken into consideration before setting the intonation. What type, brand and gauge strings are you going to use? How high do you want the strings from the fretboard? How much spring tension do you want (how high do you want the bridge to float)? These will need to be determined before you get started. 1. Strings: Any variation will alter the overall action and intonation, so be sure to have to settle on, and consistantly use a particular gauge and brand of string. 2. String Height: If your tremolo pivots on two mounting studs that go into the guitar body, an alien wre...

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